Tasks: Add due/end date w/o time
Please let us add due dates without times! I just wanna clean my room on Sunday - I don't care at what time!
This would be incredibly useful. I've been trailing AmazingMarvin for this reason and found the ability of being able to set a due-date (which adds a task to the calendar) separate from a reminder time I found really helps with planning workloads.
If I can see on a given week I have x-amount of tasks due Friday it helps to plan them out during the week without creating or setting a reminder.
Totally support, dear devs, please include this into next release.
There's no quick way to just add task for specific date(for example for tomorrow) without reminder
because to achieve that, I need to add task, specify date and time, it will create task with reminder, then I have to find that task and turn off reminder.
It's very painful flow, and I would be really happy to see that feature in next release!
I totally agree with the suggestion as I was planning to present it myself. I simply want to set he day of the task without setting the time if it's not an exact event
Therefore, I just spend time setting the timer I don't need! Update will be highly appreciated
This would definitely be useful. As it is now, everything has a time assigned to it so when you're viewing the calendar on the web version it's a complete mess. If times are not assigned, then they should go into a section for that day called "Anytime" or "Unplanned". "Anytime" section has been implemented in Memorigi so it can be done
Javier Cruz Valcárcel commented
I think it is just a common sense question. Each task must have a due date, the date in which the task must be accomplished, and a reminder date, the date in which I must be reminded about the task and its due time.
For instance, if I have an appointment with the doctor on Monday at 18:00, I need to be reminded in advance, for example the same day at 9:00 or the day before. Otherwise, I will miss the appointment.
Yeah - this would be so useful and make me more efficient - I'm considering switching o asana to use it (but the plan my day feature is too good!)
I've tried to do a work around with tags but it doesn't really work well - can't total up hours, can't see them at a glance.
I really need to set duedate for a task without reminder. There is why i have to use other app now :((
Yes please add this feature, nessesary for my work 🙏
This would be very welcome. Please add some default / customizable time slots like 5m, 15m, 30m, 60m, 3h, 8h. Which should be directly selectable without popup.
This feature will allow the app to give an estimate of the time planned for the day and can show if you have planned to much, or if you might have time for some other tasks for the day or week.
Michael Philip commented
would be great
Alli Mae LaReau commented
Yes! I have used other apps as well with less pleasant interfaces but I love any.do, and having this feature would make it near perfect for holistic scheduling! I still find myself bouncing back and forth between apps but would love to just stick in any.do, and having the ability to see reflected time allotments within the agenda view on the calendar itself would be awesome (the drag and drop possibility a major plus as well!)
[Deleted User] commented
PLEASE EVERYONE VOTE FOR THIS IDEA!!! THIS FEATURE IS DESPERATELY NEEDED!!!
Automatically tag these blocks as well so that their timebox is visually obvious when in Agenda view.
David McKee commented
I was just thinking about this. Would help better allocate my tasks for sure. Make the blocks for bigger tasks take up more space. If the task takes 2.5 hours, make it 5 times bigger than the typical 30-minute task.
This, combined with automatically bumping all incomplete tasks to the next day and prioritized tasks automatically being put as early as possible, would result in a near-automatic day planning system.
Tana Patterson commented
Lol @ the suggestion. But yes some of us don’t care what time it gets done as long as it gets done
For remainding us before 15 minutes/at our custom time from the time of task, we can be ready for that task, we can be prepared for that, It will be in our mind and we can be alert for that doing that work, we can move from wasting time or from any place or any situation. Need this feature compulsory 200% Understand it and vote.
Agreed: It is essential for any meaningful planning. For example, I have a presentation to give on Friday, I need to start working on it on Monday. I set a reminder for Monday, but already on Tuesday it shows as overdue with no real indication of the TRUE due date.
Such functionality would also enable a gant chart / schedule view (as other applications offer), which would greatly increase Any.do's appeal.
Joshua Roberts commented
Recurring Task Feature
Need to be able to select Year you want task to end vs having to scroll thru wheel to select year